Articles Posted in the " College Football " Category

  • An Open Letter to the South Carolina Gamecocks

    Dear South Carolina Gamecocks, Another season is just a couple weeks away, and once again you have been predicted by many to have an important role to play in the SEC East title race. You have been such an easy pick the last three seasons, and for good reason. In 2011, Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jefferey graced the roster. the […]

  • Ed O’Bannon Trial: The NCAA Looks So Bad

    While I’m thankful ESPNU has made a habit of re-broadcasting the 2013-2014 bowl season recently, the viewing of these games has begun to serve as a reminder that even though the start of the season is near, it’s still nine weeks away. Is there anything outside of team previews to really dive into when we haven’t even blown up […]

  • Michigan football playing with its soul

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN Michigan”s athletic department is fourth in the nation in total revenue, bringing in over $143,000,000 in 2013. That also registered as second in the B1G … ahead of rival Ohio State. In a word or two, it”s “not broke.” And if it isn”t broke, don”t fix it, […]

  • How we watch college sports is close to changing

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN You know, Mark Emmert was sort of right. (Always a good way to get a bunch of people to not read anything else an article has to offer). Emmert took the stage (metaphorically) in the Ed O’Bannon and public perception v. the NCAA today to talk about […]

  • It’s a June kind of college football rant

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News College football headlines right now: Mike Leach catching fish; Florida letting go of a position coach; Ed O’Bannon/non college football specific stuff; Stuff about Northwestern scoreboards and Taylor Martinez’ brother. Yep, it’s June. Went unnoticed because it’s June and college football typically goes […]

  • Nick Saban. Worth every penny.

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News Earlier this week, Seattle approved a move to a $15 an hour minimum wage. Because … well … it’s Seattle, and that’s completely idiotic, something Freshman economics will tell you. The inflation it will cause aside, stocking shelves at 3 a.m. or flipping […]